Studies currently recruiting
- How do Australian mothers and fathers speak to their babies? (6-12-month-olds whose parents speak Australian English at home)
- iPad games (Speech production) (4-5-year-olds with hearing impairment, whose parents speak Australian English at home)
- Audiovisual sentence processing (7-11-year-olds with hearing impairment, whose parents speak English at home)
Some reasons to participate
- Participation can be a fun activity for school holidays!
- Have fun! Kids have a great time and often want to come back for other studies
- Help advance research in the critical area of child language development
- Assist with research that will provide better outcomes for children's communication skills (e.g., for children with hearing loss)
- Be reimbursed for your time (usually a gift card and small gift for your child)
Hear from a parent
"I'm glad that I am able to help researchers advance their studies. I've learnt about different aspects of child language development and now notice little things about the language development of my children."
"Most of all, they enjoy all the activities every time they are here. They have fun watching interesting videos and playing with toys. I plan it like a day out. We'll go somewhere after the session and I will buy them a special gift with the gift card."
- Rhonda P from Sydney
Content owner: Department of Linguistics Last updated: 07 Jun 2019 4:01pm